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, we can. >> they keep saying it. >> yes, we can. >> john: and people believe. >> yes, we can! >> john: but when we need government the fact is they can't. politicians think they can run our lives, but no, they can't. that the title of my new book which explains that individuals suction is a seed but government spends huge amounts of money on trivial things. >> it's tlifl to you because you are arrogant. >> john: no, politicians can't. do you liberals live in a fantasy land? he thinks the tsa does a great job. they can't protect our money. they can't educate kids. >> the government just can't do it. >> get out of our way. >> john: this time the politician says -- >> yes, we can. >> we the people say, no, we can't. >> politicians claim they create jobs, but no, they can't. >> president obama was a job creator from day one. >> we're going to create millions of new jobs. >> my job is to create jobs. >> john: they keep saying that. but does government create jobs? >> absolutely. >> john: congressman keith ellison is chairman of the progressive caucus. >> they must be working together for t
. >> john: politicians are good at making promises. >> libel protection. >> our that nation has made a promise to america's seniors. >> but don't they see the unintended consequences of their laws? like cash for clunkers. does it make sense? sure it will stimulate the auto business, stimulated... stimulate! politicians often say, we need to hire at minimum wage. >> its if you are aness issue. >> it would kill her job. >> john: title nine was to create equality. >> it lessens the opportunity. >> john: we don't need it. the politicians law let protestors talked banks into giving risky loans and new stadiums will create jobs but do they? >> handing money from your right hand to your left. do you know government wants you in the alpaca business and a house you can't afford. >> what is the dumbest? ethanol? >> there has been a case law of unintended consequences. >> john: maybe the biggest is healthcare. >> my top ten list of politicians good intentions gone wrong. >> john: politicians always say they'll fix things but their laws have unintended consequences. let's counted them down. prom
--. >> john: how do you know it's the right balance of taking money taking money from the private sector. >> i think this guy has the right answer. that is mark cuban, owner of the dallas mavericks. >> how many jobs have you created? >> thousands, tens of thousands. >> when politicians take money from the private sector, they take it from job creators like cuban. >> government is not efficient at using money. >> when he was 24 he had no job himself and no prospect. >> what more can i ask for. >> he started a software company. he grew it and sold it for millions. >> then my partner said, you are the geek. there has to be a way to listen to indiana basketball over the internet. >> so he started another company. >> i put a line in the second bedroom in my house. >> without a government program, mark cuban created something. >> when this over, we're idiots and this is worth nothing. >> five years later they sold that company for 67 bye. >> the most patriotic thing you can do as an american is be filthy rich. you creating opportunities. >> he used his billion dollars to create more wealth. he bough
are just like the real people who are moving the world for better and for worse today and who is john galt was asked over and over again in that book and we didn't find out until the end. turns out that john galt was the man responsible for putting the world into decline. how did he do it? by getting all the smart people to go on strike. that is something we haven't tried in this world. in a real-world the smart people keep working on a matter what. >> host: is there a john galt today? >> guest: in the book we identify real people with various ayn rand characters with john galt and when we attach to john galt is the ceo of bb and tee, john ellison who built bbn tee into the tenth largest bank in the united states and all in one of two in addition need t.a.r.p. funding. for americans who live outside the south may be an unknown name but a 1 market share bank in the district of columbia and the tenth largest bank in the u.s. by assets. this one man did it and he did it by getting every single employee right down to the tellers to read "atlas shrugged". he is like john galt because john galt
[♪ theme music ♪] >> john: good morning, and welcome once again to the "bill press show." i'm john fugelsang filling in for bill yet again in spite of all of your very passionate letters and tweets and personal interception from message from reverend tootoo, i'm back. mitt romney's taxes, looks like it will be coming back into the news next week. and is america safering rape abortion many politicians think no. and now to lisa ferguson. >>> good morning, everyone. if it was that you could never satisfy president obama's research team, and now mitt romney says it's his religion. in an interview with parade magazine, romney says he does not want the public to know how much he has donated to the church of latter-day saints. the church never releases that because it's a very private thing between mormons and god. he did one release one year of tax returning, and it showed donating $1.3 million to the church. he might have done himself a disservice by bringing it up again, because now it is back in the news. during a private fund raiser minnesota last night
. ♪ >> other media get it wrong, we covered drama endlessly. john: look at what some people call news. that yesterday. of course my network spends time . >> trampoline. john: i admit, i like watching this. it grabs my attention. for my show i do things like taking a chance up to the budget committee a pedicure and breaking windows. is this new? >> you can give the viewers a laugh and still bring in the news. john: more people say they get their news. that is why he loves them so well. everything is changing here. my tv show is toast. >> you don't need that anymore. john: what about science? >> when you're around the same people all day you can see your own biases. john: the media and how we get it wrong. that is how we get it. >> and nell john stossel. john: we like to think we do serious work. thomas jefferson said that if it were left to have to decide to have a government without newspapers or newspapers without government he would prefer is paper. now we have television to. we help keep oppressors in check. we warn you about dangers, keep you informed of what is important. except
[ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> good morning and welcome to the "bill press show"! i'm john fuglesang filling in for bill for the very first time ever here on his excellent radio show and his excellent television show on current tv. we've got a very exciting day for you today. i'm so thrilled to be here and drag the entire proceedings down to my own base level. today is the 23rd of august. the birthday of jean kelly barbara eden of "i love jeanie" and mark russell of course and today would have been the 66th birthday of keith moon. in honor of keith try to throw a chair out of your hotel window. we'll be talking about abortion and rape, something men are talking about a lot in america. before we get started let's go to lisa ferguson for a news update. >> mitt romney is looking to expand u.s. oil production if he's elected president. he will be in new mexico today where he's outlining the campaign's new energy policy. not surprisingly, romney's plan does little to address green jobs but it does call for more domestic en
this all day every day maybe they are better. then they have the incentive. john: they want money. >> i love the sarcasm -- sarcasm. john: people feel that way and another form of greed it is the human tendency to make money which is power over other people. john: dimension property. you vis toll roads? >> yes. the patronage operation still has not paid off the bond. john: i will take care of the highway and highe supporters and friends. >> we could harvest money to build roads no barley cost. we have the best toll road. john: but it went to a foreign company. you had to fight for that. >> this is the test and the time. there is no other way. you are for the bell or against us. john: you were on fire. you sold that. >> i get fired up the future of the state is at stake it is better use of an asset to at y s underperforming. john: now are private foreign company is more efficient? >> we distrust business, labor and government. we got rid of almost all monopolies because they overcharge and underserved. they had every incentive to put it more lanes, told -- tolls and to keep the traffic m
is changing. >> when you're around the same people all day you can see your own biases. john: the media and how we get it wrong. that is how we get it. >> and nell john stossel. john: we like to think we do serious work. thomas jefferson said that if it were left to have to decide to have a government without newspapers or newspapers without government he would prefer is paper. now we have television to. we help keep oppressors in check. we warn you about dangers, keep you informed of what is important. except i read the papers and watch tv shows, including my own. we do a lot of silly stuff. i once went to a jackyard as best things. i could have made the point without the sledgehammer but i thought more of you might pay it ditch and if i broke things. i do all kinds of things to get you to focus on what i think is important. also, tv news is also a business. if you don't watch we don't make money, get fired, we go out of business. here are under pressure to tell you what is important, but also to try to make it interesting. can be a conflict. fox acre meghan kelley deals with that conf
have no interest in everything it. nothing you, john stossel said, nothing i say matters to them. i find that fascinating. i don't find that pathetic%. i find that fascinating that they don't take serious criticism seriously. >> people like to let it income investors back to your point about, we've lost the newscast racemes our assumptions. good to have more choices, bad that we split up. think you very much. coming up, more about the incidents curious were tourists. even into the ratings of traditional tv. so or shows like this one toast? soon to be swallowed up by the a judge. plan beck took his tv show plan beck took his tv show online comment he is here to [ engine idling ] [ engine revs, tires squeal ] [ male announcer ] more power. more style. more technology. less doors. the 2012 c-coupe. join mercedes-benz usa on facebook for the best summer sweepstakes. for a golf getaway. double miles you can actually use... but mr. single miles can't join his friends because he's getting hit with blackouts. shame on you. now he's stuck in a miniature nightmare. oh, thank you. but, with e
>> john: i am john roberts in for chris wallace . mitt romney chooses paul ryan for his running mate. >> i can tell you who will be the next vice-president of the united states. >> john: how will the mitt romney/ryan ticket be received. we'll have john mccain on "fox news sunday". can special with the republican ticket set how will democrats campaign against it we'll talk with debby wasserman schultz who is the chair of the democratic national committee. we are 86 days from the election. both sides are filling the air waves with with campaign ad. we'll ask the panel if they are going oo far on "fox news sunday". hello again from fox news in washington. governor romney and newly minted running mate paul ryan are compaining in north carolina and wisconsin today . we'll talk with our guests in a moment. first latest from james rosen in moorsville, north carolina today. >> john good to be with you. by one measure governor romney's selection of paul ryan is a success. it took in four million in the first seven hours. aides to mitt romney was hoping it will pull. the polling for the g
>>> hello, i'm john vause at the cnn arena welcome to viewers in the united states and around the world. at this hour, an incredible 570 million kilometer journey is coming to an end. nasa's rover curiosity is on final approach to mars. soon it'll be begin an extraordinary and complicated landing. something like this has never before been attempted and there is zero room for error. about 17 minutes from now, if all goes as planned, the rover will touchdown on the martian surface. but it takes 14 minutes for a signal to travel from mars to earth, so best case scenario, confirmation will come in about 31 minutes. we expect pictures around 2 a.m. eastern. now, joining us from the laboratory in california. in moscow r where russian space officials are closely following the development and science correspondent david brodie joins us from edge water, new jersey. but first we will go to john zarrella there live in pasadena. john, we are about to enter the period that officials are calling seven minutes of terror, where they will not know if curiosity is alive or dead. >> that's exact
>> that is "special report" for tonight. i'm john roberts. good night from washington. brett back in the chair on monday. have a great weekend. >> this fire choked the skies with thick, black smoke. it sent hundreds to the hospital with breathing problems. >> i'm feeling light headed and dizzy. >> now thousands say they want pay back for their pain. tonight the rush for cash. and development in the investigation into what caused all this. >>> they were flying in a small plane when an air pocket knocked them out of the sky. tonight incredible video of a plane crash from those who survived it. plus a fisherman forced to spend hours treading water after a deadly boating accident. >> struggling to swim. >> and then a massive shark started circling. tonight rescuers race a hammer head to save a man's life. i'm john scott in for shepard smith. we begin with concerns about an enormous sink hole that so far swallowed a 400-foot circle of swampland in louisiana. the associated press reports that state's governor declared a state of emergency west of new orleans and order -- new orleans exa
was heretofore unavailable. john? >> diesel costs are up. that, i guess, could increase prices for just about everything the truckers carry, huh? >> indeed it does. we spoke it a lot of truckers today. keep in mind, most of the over the long haul trucks that are here have fuel tanks that contain a minimum of about 200 gallons. so you can literally see the pain on driver's faces as they're topping off their fuel trucks. this is especially true for the independent drivers who have to absorb these losses. with the fleet driver, they know they're just passing the costs along. >> fuel goes up, the cost of what we deliver goes up because we have to recover it. then the stores charge more. and then the customer is the -- the people are the ones who lose out. >> there is a very good chance prices may go back down at the end of the summer time driving season and as the refineries switch back to wintertime blends, which are less expensive than summer blends. john? >> doug thanks. brand-new fox news polls show more americans are feeling better about where the u.s. is headed, but not so great about the
they have been handing out peanuts on these attempts. and they've been doing quite well, john. hopefully it'll be good luck for them again. i can tell you, this place is quiet now. everybody's in auditoriums watching. the science team is all gathered. mission control team. but there are 400 credentialed media here. there are hundreds of dignitaries that are here. all kinds of folks have come here for tonight's event. i've been at several other mars landings over the years and this is by far the most excited i have seen this place in many, many, many years. john? >> i can imagine you could cut the tension there with a meat axe right now. john, we've been working on this timetable, 17 minutes from now. we expect to touchdown. 31 minutes from now, at the earliest, we are expecting some kind of confirmation. but the time scale here is much broader than that. we are talking maybe two hours, maybe eight hours. before we hear anything from curiosity. >> well we will bring in joy, the deputy and the question was, it may be a while, even after it gets on the ground, or will it? before we will hear f
>> john: that is all we have time on. thanks to the panel. i'm jon scott. thanks for watching. we'll see you again next week. >> john: tonight how the media gets it wrong. we cover drama endlessly. >> it's not necessary. >> john: but look what at some people call news. that is today? ay network spends time on bouncing bear. i admit i like watching this. it grabs my attention and for my show i do things like taking a chainsaw to the budget, gag pedicure and breaking windows. is this news. >> you can give them a laugh. >> but more people say they get news from comedians. >> glenn beck says my tv show is toast. >> you don't need that anymore. >> what about bias. >> we are here around the people all day, you can't see your own biases. >> the media and how we get it wrong, that is our show tonight >> john: we in the media like to think we do serious work. thomas jefferson if it were left to him to decide with on government without newspapers or vice versa he would prefer newspapers. now, we have television. we keep oppressors in check and warn you about dangers and keep you informed wh
way from john mccain is his inspiring war record. >> i was dumped in a dark cell and left to die. i couldn't do anything. i couldn't even feed myself. >> jon: how dare the republican convention delegates mock john mccain's service and sacrifice to this country with some devisive purple heart band-aid. that's bull [bleep] -- sorry, those are the republican delegates mocking his war wounds in 2004. you know what, actually, actually, that is funny. but what was the main thrust of john mccain's message? >> we have to change is the way we do business in washington. >> jon: hmm. that's funny. i -- i think i remember another guy with a very similar message. >> the change we need doesn't come from washington, change comes to washington. [applause] >> jon: no. no. no, no, not that guy. >> i want to change the tone of washington. >> jon: that's the guy! i remember that! he's going to change the tone of washington. how did that work out? i'm sure the change that john mccain wants to bring is very different from the change george bush wanted to bring. >> i will lead our nation toward a culture
to build, there will be real sacrifice, everybody will pay. he gave the payoff. neil: fdr, john kennedy, and ronald reagan could sell that. change is okay. we have responded. talk about nazi germany and since ronald reagan, we have missed the voice. as the party of no he said we are the party of yes we can. >> foo a good purpose not to just cut taxes but to make the country work. neil: and not by the size of government but the effectiveness. >> he took the republican party out of the place because he raised to higher levels. >> mario cuomo stands out. 1984. >> standing on the shoulders of giants. neil: 1992 convention, those that galvanized the dna trying to be fair and balanced but you speak to hear and not here, it is a game changer. if i am mitt romney i say maybe? paul ryan his big speech and john mccain. it is only half over. chris christie, this is your night. the capital one cash rewards card gives you a 50% annual bonus. and everyone, but her... likes 50% more cash. but, i have an idea. do you want a princess dress? yes how about some cupcakes? yes lollipop? yes! do you want an
thinking about super pac ads tying the president to reverend jeremiah wright. >> john: interesting developments on this story. ed henry bringing it to us tonight. thanks. romney is resting up before hitting the road for four days, shaking hands, kissing babies and eating diner food. chief political correspondent carl cameron tells us the number one item on the menu continues to be the question of who will be standing at romney's side on the final night of the g.o.p. conventio convention. >> reporter: romney huddled behind closed doors at the boston headquarters ahead of the upcoming bus tour looming hype for the debut of the vice presidential pick. he will visit four key battleground states where the romney aides who briefed reporters off-camera noted voters have been beseened by tv ads and campaign and outside interest. $91 million in ohio since april. $68 million in virginia. $50 million in north carolina. $95 million in florida. >> even though the team in terms of resources in the state, the bad economy continues to hang over obama like a tough cloud. >> a new fox poll shows 57%
. have a great weekend. eat a twinkie. ♪ ♪ captioned by closed captioning services, inc >> john: president obama white house says it had nothing to do with the ad linking romney to a woman's death. but it still will not denounce it. this is "special report." ♪ ♪ >> john: good evening. i'm john roberts in for bret baier tonight. the president's press secretary on the firing line today over the obama super-pac ad blaming mitt romney for the death of a steelworker's wife. the chief white house correspondent ed henry tonight on the denial and the backlas backlash. >> we do not control the ad. >> the week ended where it started, aiding refusing to say whether obama condemns a democratic ad. >> i don't think romney understands what he has done to people's lives. >> which accuses republican romney of being responsible for the cancer death of the wife of a laid off steelworker. >> do you think at that podium it's fair for someone to suggest that a candidate's actions led to someone's death? >> i appreciate the effort to get me to play political pundit. but that is not my job. it's n
>> i am the director of community affairs. it is a great pleasure to introduce mr. john martin. >> thank you all for being here. [applause] thank you for being here for the opening of the marine response emergency facility. i want to begin by introducing several dignitaries. the first is commission vice president mike hardeman. thank you. and commissioner steve nakaja. and i want to introduce our police department deputy chief at the airport, the guy in charge. david chen is here. from the adjacent coast guard facility, the commander. and we have staff members from our congressional delegation. we have staff members from senator feinstein's office, nancy pelosi's office, and others. thank you for joining us today. [applause] throughout our history, safety and security has always been our priority. safety and security of our passengers, and safety of our employees. we are building on that commitment by commissioning what is the first fire rescue boat house facility on the west coast of the united states. more simply -- [airplane noise] we are at an airport. this is the first mar
be at the republican convention they said we are fine without you. he is years tonight. and now we have john stossel in new york. >> the convention is over mitt romney said we can begin our future together. but what does that mean? the liberty, free-market and three people? what does our audience think? [cheers and applause] that is our show. [applause] >> they have wrap it up in tampa. what we care about liberty? our new special correspondent kennedy cares about three market is on the floor. what did you like? >> what made me sick is the police state. trying to get inside the convention and there is secret service, the sheriff's, local police, frisky and take away your hair spray, your rights and took away the stick to our sign. >> i heard it was confiscated at the airport. it is a lot more unnecessary? >> more big government. today visiting with decatur the fda stuck eighth thermometer into every stake and salmon. i like that once i thought i was a member of the of 1% and i appreciate it the entrepreneurial spirit. building of small business because that is the background of the economy but freedo
pleasure to be here with director john martin and his wonderful staff, with his airport commissioners that are here today, along with the chief and the chaplain, also here to give blessing to this wonderful facility. the chief, of course, is working closely with us. they have both upped their willingness and collaboration to work together on this very important facility. this facility is something i point to as the new merf -- the marine emergency response facility. the airport can provide an extra level of safety for not only passengers, but for anybody that is in the bay near the airport. this facility, and equipment introduced today, will reduce the response time from what today is averaging around 25 minutes to get rescue equipment out into the boehner by --- bay nearby to something under five minutes. that is lifesaving. this is representative of every time i have come out to the airport. whether it is a new international terminal that, under the leadership of john martin, was done, the new terminal two, the new traffic control towers about to be constructed, to a facility that i
their own set of law. they're very hypocritical. john: some call themselves and our guest and want more regulation? >> yes. corporations. the old form of government smothering even though they where the pretty mask it is hypocrisy across the board. john: there were not that many. move on. she also cover the convention with ron paul's success talking about freedom and opportunity. >> unless you are gay. >> at the end of the day we have the right message. john: ron paul delegates tried to nominate their candidate they pledged to represent. the republican rules said you need delegate said matures from five states nevada, maine, alaska and i will but the party changed the rules on the spot to say they need it to from eight to states. >> and changed the rules and did goalpost in the middle of the game and we caught up with him. >> dr. paul congratulations to ignite your supporters passion. they're really fighting. what did you say? >> social encouragement, think you. do your best but no particular. >> they want to keep your message alive. >> some people may brian o.r. support other candidate
? pat buchanan? >> 1 john, 163,000 new jobs created, 150,000 people left the labor force and disappeared, 45,000 became unemployed, that is why the unemployment rate has gone up. the size of the labor force is diminishing. barack obama's plan, he said it worked, it is not working. there is no question about it. john, 41, 42 months of 8 plus percent unemployment. he says mitt romney's plan won't work. mitt romney's plan, as i understand it, is very close to a plan 30 years ago of ronald reagan which did work, which created something like 20 million new jobs. we don't know if it is going to happen now, but it is a far better bet to bet on him i think than to bet on what has been failing for four years. >> eleanor? >> harken back decades ago, president obama's plan is like bill clinton's plan which gave us 24 million jobs and a surplus and not as long ago as president reagan. and i would point out the private sector created 17 2,000 jobs, the markets reacted quite favorably, i think that the white house probably feels like it dodged a bullet, it looks like we don't have an economy that is g
for watching. see you tomorrow. >> john: president obama breaks his silence to the white house press corps and defend his attacks on romney. this is "special report." ♪ ♪ >> john: good evening. i'm john roberts in for bret baier tonight. amid a new report of bitterness and infighting in his re-election campaign, president obama today took questions from the men and women who cover him each and every day. something he had not done in a long tile. chief white house correspondent ed henry tells us what the president said. >> jay tells me you guys have been missing me. >> reporter: for the first time in eight weeks, president obama faced the white house press corps and insisted he is not running a negative campaign. >> we don't go out of bounds. >> reporter: the president sharply denied his team ever called romney a felon or suggested the republican is hiding something improper in his tax returns. >> nobody accused mr. romney of being a felon. there is a difference of playing by the same sets of rules and doing something illegal. in no way have we suggested the latter. >> reporter: in fact
. >> now he's competing for gold. the armless archer of team usa. i'm john scott in for shep. no deal. that's the response from governor mitt romney's campaign after president obama's camp tried to go ahead him into releasing more tax return. his campaign manager made this offer to the campaign manager. quote, if the governor will release five years of returns, i commit in turn that we will not criticize him for not releasing more. neither in ads or other public communications or commentary. for the rest of the campaign. governor romney's campaign manager responded, quote, it is clear that president obama wants nothing more than to talk about governor romney's tax returns instead of the issues that matter to voters, like putting americans back to work, fixing the economy, and reining in spending. ed henry is live at the white house. ed, the white house is joining in the campaign for pushing for romney's tax files. >> that's right. deputy spokesman josh earnest was filling in for jay carney and he jumped on this because the bottom line is both inside the white house and the obama campaign in
employee to read "atlas shrugged." why is he like john called? he went on strike in protest to the corrupt world. john allison retired when the federal gornment came to him and said you do not need to take it the we will force you. so he walked out and said he is out. >> host: who are the villains in "atlas shrugged" and how do you fit them into your book? >> ayn rand fans remember it is about the lance with the people in government. regulators. politicians. but the worst was a corrupt businessman working hand-in-hand with corrupted politicians and and that is what crash in the economy and he just about who brought the whole world down was angelo mozillo. the man essentially invented subprime lending. wesley mooch in the book he is like congressmen barney frank who was the godfather of fannie mae and freddie mac. angelo mozillo and bernie frank was the unholy alliance allowing country ride in those who copied them to create loans people could not repaid. because they sold those loans to the federal government made possible of barney frank through altruistic social benefits o
ranger, they had places like yoss emand the grand canyon in mind. not john. there's only one spot he's ever wanted to be. he's been there 20 years and planning to stay there a long time more. his effort to bring history back home is tonight's bay area proud. >> reporter: it has been more than a few years since the pen 8 alcatraz island was closed. 50 years ago last march since the prison guard once worked here. a guardian angel though. it has had. >> are you ready? >> reporter: for the past 20 years. that's how long a range he named john cantwell has worked here. on most days, ranger john's duties are the same as any park ranger. giving tours, answering questions, meeting new people. and sharing old stories. but there is an extra mile ranger john goes returning to this national treasure. some of its lost treasure. >> that's what keeps me going. all these little projects that i can get involved with. >> reporter: you see, when the federal bureau of prisons abandoned alcatraz in the early 60s, they took with them everything that wasn't nailed down and a few things that were. by the tim
luskin "i am john galt" is the name of his book. today's heroic innovators building the world and the villianous parasites destroying it" who is john gault? >> that is the slow been from "atlas shrugged" front 55 years ago that could have been written yesterday perfectly describing our world of declining economy economy, wealth, innovation, a moral standards. it is prophetic it is an amazing portrait of human nature those who are in great conflict just like the real people moving the world today and who is john called it was asked over and over it turns out he was the man who went on strike. we have not tried it in this world. >> host: is there a john call today? >> in the book way at identify real people and we attach the ceo of bbn t. john allison into the tenth largest bank only one of two that did not need tarpon funding. the number one market share
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